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How do you do this? can you explain and show me?ReplicationGiven Original DNA strand: ATCCTAGCC.Give cDNA strand:Given original DNA strand: CGTATCCAGTranscribe:Translate:circle last anticodon: What does this mean and how do you solve I don't know how to do that.


How do you do this? can you explain and show me?


Given Original DNA strand: ATCCTAGCC.

Give cDNA strand:

Given original DNA strand: CGTATCCAG



circle last anticodon: 

What does this mean and how do you solve I don't know how to do that.



Step 1

Replication is the process by which a double stranded DNA molecule is copied to produce to identical DNA molecules. Transcription involves copying the sequence of DNA to produce an mRNA. Translation is the process whereby the synthesis of proteins take place from mRNA. It involves the binding of tRNA anticodon sequences to the mRNA codons. The process is facilitated by ribosomes.

Step 2

Given Original DNA strand: 5’ATCCTAGCC 3’

The original DNA strand is the template strand from where mRNA is synthesized.

cDNA is the coding DNA strand which is complementary to the template strand. Its sequence will be 5’GGCTAGGAT 3’

 We know Adenine pairs with Thymine and Guanine with Cytosine. We start with the complementary base pairing from the 3’  end of the template strand beacuse that is supposedly the direction in which the complementary base pairing proceeds for the cDNA strand.

 By the process of transcription,  mRNA is produced from the template strand. Sequence of mRNA strand is CCGAUCCUA. For mRNA strand, uracil is present instead of Thymine. It is same as the coding strand with U substituted for T.


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